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Join us at the Global Grand Final in Amsterdam, November 14-15

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Keep track of climate heroes all over the world. Be part of the fun and green revolution, join the conversation by using #CLP19

Global competition

The Green Business Ideas Competition

Battle your way to global impact

Join our competition and we’ll help you fast track your green business idea. You’ll learn how to get it funded and launched. Worldwide.

Train

Learn all you can on how to successfully start your green business. ClimateLaunchpad kicks off with an intensive Boot Camp & follow-up coaching sessions.

Compete

Battle your way to success during National Competitions, Regional Finals and the Global Grand Final. Convince our jury and you’ll convince any client or investor.

Launch

Yep, of course there is prize money for the top three Global Grand Final winners. The real prize? The top-10 moves on to the renowned Climate-KIC Accelerator.

Network

Connect to our global network of partners, entrepreneurs and investors. Feature in the world’s largest database with green ideas, the place where business matches are made.

Blog

The world is voting for our start-ups

Wild Card competition big success A new way for our participants to gain access to the Global Grand Final is our Wild Card competition. This year 2,600 ideas entered ClimateLaunchpad in 53 participating countries. National winners (numbers 1 & 2) all automatically go on to the Global Grand Final in Amsterdam. All National numbers 3… Read more »

How to go from the back of a napkin to a business with global climate impact

The EIT Climate-KIC entrepreneurship offerings: innovation for global climate action Stimulating the energy and enthusiasm of entrepreneurs to lead the charge with new climate-positive business models is a powerful way to address climate change across sectors and systems. That is why EIT Climate-KIC identifies, supports and invests in (aspiring) entrepreneurs in every stage of innovation:… Read more »

Rens

In 2017 a chance encounter in a Starbucks between two expat sneakerheads quickly turns into a discussion on fashion and its impact on the environment. An idea is formed: make the perfect sustainable sneaker.

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